Alicia Rowbottom - Trainee Costs Drasftsperson
Personable and an excellent communicator, Alicia successfully graduated from the University of Hull with a Law Degree LLB in July 2023. She loves swimming and going to the gym and is currently learning Mandarin.
What are your main interests or hobbies?
When I get time, I like to draw and specialise in realism and portraits, especially older people as they have great facial expressions and features. I think this comes from my Dad, who was always designing tattoos and drawing cartoons when I was younger. I’m also slowly learning to speak Mandarin.
What’s your favourite food?
It’s not very well known but I do love a Korean BBQ, where you grill a meat of your choice over a flame at the table and then load it with toppings. Unfortunately, we don’t have one in our area so I have to go to Leeds for a treat.
What film or boxset would you recommend to others?
I’m a big fan of Horror movies and love anything that is gory – the gorier the better! I’m a massive fan of the fantasy genre too and would recommend Game of Thrones to anyone.
What music do you like – any specific genre or artists?
I don’t mind listening to most pop music but I especially like Eminem and rap music, or a hip-hop artists called bbno$ (Baby No Money).
What would be your ideal holiday?
My dream holiday destination would be a skiing trip to Austria. After going as a student, I have fallen in love with the slopes and especially enjoyed stopping at all the little huts, bars and hot baths on the way down.
Do you have a favourite book and why?
I’d like to read more than I do, but I do enjoy picking up a good thriller or murder mystery. Stephen King is one of my favourite authors.
Which smartphone App do you like the most and why?
If I am at home on my iPad, I like to relax by doing a jigsaw but I am also a big Candy Crush addict whenever I am out and about or waiting for someone.
If you could go back in time, what advice would you give your younger self?
Try to have a bit of balance between studying, exercising and socialising – and treat each one with equal importance so you can have good physical and mental health.
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